Hey Everyone, I have had reptiles as a hobby for my entire life. I am not herpetologist or even a zoologist, I am a person passionate about animals (reptiles in particular...obviously) being taken care of. I started with snakes such as, corn snakes, kings snakes, ball pythons, dumerils boa, rosy boa, I even caught a good amount of wild snakes and lizards in my day. I recently switched over to lizards. I currently own a Savannah monitor (3 1/2 yrs old) and a bearded dragon. My Wife will be a part of this as well to help with feedings, cleaning, regulatory patrols, I will also be hiring 1-2 people in the very beginning to help out. I have successfully bred leopard geckos when I was about 13yrs old, I am 26 now. I have helped people breed bearded dragons, also I have been around lots of snake farmers to see how they breed but have never done it myself. I work in the Financial industry as a Banker and my passion for reptiles is always going to be my main priority to work towards. My job allows me to have time early in the morning and at night to take care of these animals. I am an early riser for my animals and stay up late for them. For me I enjoy this and don't care about the amount of work it will take. My question is I want to work towards breeding 4 different species, 1) Corn Snake 2)Ball Pythons ( I know a few snake farmers who will help me out with this) 3) Leopard geckos 4) Unknown Please help with choosing a 4th I would like to have a 4th species to get working on. I of course will make sure all environments will be set-up before I purchase the animals and have the proper incubation set-ups. I have done lots of research on websites and even quite a few books mainly on leopard gecko breeding. Also the countless amount of videos on youtube, tbh its usually Brian Barczyk, but that doesn't mean I am only watching him. But I do like his methods on a lot of topics Please provide with the literature you have used for breeding on those 3 in particular Also any additional questions to help with my business plan, and above all questions to ensure that the animals will always be the top priority. I will never sacrifice an animal for money, Ill take the debt. Thank you for all your help, Herpcenter iv been with you for a while but not nearly long enough, You guy always come in with great input I know your main care is for the animal and I want ensure I uphold that rule. I will not start breeding until I have everything completely set-up and ensure that I have the proper help necessary to do this correctly.